MCLEOD, Reginald George Alexander interviewed by Gill Poplur
Record Group — Box: 31
In this interview Reginald starts his story in the 1940s around Gore/Mataura looking at general living, farming practices and culture of the times. He talks of his interest in rugby and support of Pirates Rugby Club. Reginald also gives a detailed account of his working career as an electrician, becoming an electrical inspector and supporting the police 1988-1996.
- Poplur, Gill (Interviewer, Person)
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